Happily Together

Happily Together

Kara (a former celebrity chef) and Caleb (an ex-NFL Linebacker) are a married couple living in Nashville, TN, navigating life with a new baby and fiercely committed to adventure and growth. On this podcast, they share the fun, practical and sometimes hard but necessary conversations that help them design a life that they love—happily together.

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January 19, 2022 73 min

Hi! Welcome back to another episode of Happily Together with Kara and Caleb.

This episode was easily the most fun and most energetic conversation that we've had on our podcast and we just know that you're going to fall in love with Amy and Jess like we did.

Adult friendships are sometimes hard and that's why we sat down with Amy and Jess and they gave us the adult guide to building meaningful friendships in today's ...

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Hey friends, welcome back to a new season and a new episode of Happily Together. This is a podcast where we share the questions we are asking and the conversations we are having that are helping us (and others) build a life that you love -- happily together.

For a while now, Kara and I have been talking about creating episodes centered around a question that we ask you, our listeners and our followers, and that's exactly what w...

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Hi Friends! Can we just say that we are so glad that you are here! On this podcast, we share the real, the practical and vulnerable conversations that we are having as we are doing our best to design a life that we love, happily together.

Each week, it’s our desire to invite you into our lives, almost like you’re sitting with us in our living room, and share the fun, messy and raw conversations we are having around being newly marr...

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Hey friends, and welcome back to the last episode of 2021. Kara and I are so glad that you're here. On this episode, Kara and I talk about the 2021 Year In Review exercise that we did that was powerful for both of us. If you're anything like us, then it's so easy to feel like nothing happened of the course of the year, or feel like your life really didn't change. Well, that all changes when you do you own year in re...

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Hey friends, and welcome back to another episode of Revolutionary Relationships!

We all know that the leaning into discomfort is the prerequisite to growth and so we break down how we intentionally go about doing just that.

Caleb speaks to his 10 year journey of transition and the ways he's learned to live in the flow of life's river. Kara speaks to this new season of pregnancy and pulls the parallels of allowing life to bi...

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Note: Intro ends and our conversation with Emily begins at 11:40.

Hey friends, and welcome back to another episode! We’re so excited that you’re here and even more excited for you to dive into this amazing conversation with Emily McDowell. She is raw, insightful, hilarious, and there is so much wisdom in this episode - you’re going to walk away feeling so inspired.

If you don't know, Emily McDowell is the founder and creator of...

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Friends, if there is one episode that you listen to, this would be the one. Honestly, when you grasp this concept and learn the tools and apply the work to your life, your life will change in the most unimaginable ways.

Sarah Baldwin is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner trained through Peter Levine's three year trauma training and a member of the Polyvagal Institute training team. She is also trained in somatic Attachment The...

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Note: Our conversation with Sterna begins at 14:30 seconds in.

Hi, friends! Welcome back to another episode of (r)Evolutionary Relationships. We're so excited that you're here because we think you're really going to love this episode with Parenting Coach, Sterna Suissa. Sterna is not only an incredible coach, but she's a gifted communicator.

On this podcast, we talk about

  • The power of self awareness
  • What it means to ...
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    Note: Intro ends and our conversation with Erica begins at 9 min.

    Hey friends, and welcome back to another episode and we're so excited that you are here! This week’s episode is so insightful, full of insight, some hard conversation, and we know you’re going to love it.

    Erica Smith Erica Smith, M.Ed., is an award winning, nationally recognized sex educator with over 21 years of experience. She is the creator of Purity Culture D...

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    Note: Intro ends and our conversation with Kelsey begins at 11min mark.

    Hey friends, and welcome back to another episode and we're so excited that you are here! This week’s episode is so insightful, full of incredible research, and we know you’re going to love it.

    Kelsey Ramsden is the Co-Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer Mind Cure Health. With over fifteen years founding, scaling, and operating innovative compan...

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    Note: Intro ends and our conversation with Donovan starts at about 11min.

    Hey friends, and welcome back to another episode and we're so excited that you are here! This week's episode is such a gift.

    Donovan Taylor Hall is a youth advocate and educator that teaches kids how to build positive self-identity. He has been featured on the Today Show, NowThis, DailyMailTV, and several podcasts to talk about the importance of posit...

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    Hey friends, and welcome back to another episode of Revolutionary Relationships! Kara and I jumped on and recorded a short episode on some thoughts around letting go. I think so much of us intellectually know that letting go is the prerequisite to creating new life, but I also think that so many of us, myself included, are asking what does letting go actually look like?

    So, Kara and I do our best to break down what our experience o...

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    Holy Shit, We're Alive. Now What? That's exactly what we dive into on this conversation - now what? How can we take this experience of being alive and find purpose, happiness, fulfillment and everything else we are looking for.

    From deconstructing his Mormon faith, to experiences with psychedelics and other plant medicines, to traveling around the world, today's guest, Doug Cartwright opens up and shares his powerful st...

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    Trusting the timing of your life is hard, especially when you're constantly comparing your life with you think you should be and where you think you should be. Regardless of how much you do, it's seemingly never enough.

    Krista Williams of Almost 30 joins me on this episode to talk about what it means to trust the timing of your life and it is so good. We talk about embodying in a deep trust in a power higher than yourself, ...

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    We are all looking for safe spaces to feel seen and known, and on today’s episode, we’re talking about the power of a question and how the right question can create the space for someone to feel more seen and known.

     

    Brian Fretwell joins us on this episode to talk about asking better questions. Brian believes that if you want to improve your life, the fastest way to do that is to ask more intentional and life-giving questions. Bri...

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    Hey everyone, welcome back to another episode of (r)Evolutionary Relationships! This is a podcast that is here to support you on your emotional, relational and spiritual evolution!

    Today's guest is not only someone that we call a friend, but someone that we deeply admire when it comes to building and maintaining a healthy relationship with money.

    Erin Skye Kelly life's mission is about removing the shame and frustration of ...

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    Chase and May are joined today by Kara and Caleb Campbell. Kara is a celebrity event planner and human connection facilitator, and Caleb is a West Point graduate, former US Army officer, and former NFL player, and now a well known keynote speaker.

    Today, Chase, May, Kara, and Caleb talk all things relationships and the importance and necessity of continuous growth and maintaining a space for you to thrive in. They speak on how this...

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    On this weeks episode, Kara and Caleb dive deep into their money shame, how they are working through it, and how to create a new story around money that's conducive to building wealth. This episode is a vulnerable and honest conversation around money, the story we tell ourselves about money and the shame we because of money.

    If you're looking to create more abundance in yoru life, this episode is for you.

    Learn more about C...

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    On this week's episode, Kara and Caleb dive deep into radical self-trust. At some point in all of our lives, we were taught not to trust ourselves. But, the journey of healing, the journey back home to ourselves, is a journey where we learn that we can trust ourselves and when we do, everything changes.

    On this episode, we talk about:

  • Why self-trust is so important
  • Where did we learn not to trust ourselves
  • The consequences of liv...
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    We're Back! On this season, Kara and I are back talking about all things relationships. More specifically, we're talking about what how to do healthy relationships.

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